Attorney Charles Boyk Shares Lesson #13 in His New Book, I’ve Stood In Your Shoes

Attorney Charles Boyk shares lesson #13 that is included in his new book, I’ve Stood In Your Shoes. The book explains the feelings that Attorney Boyk experienced when his own son was involved in a life-threatening accident.

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Toledo, Ohio (PRWEB) June 25, 2013

Attorney Charles Boyk released his new book, I’ve Stood In Your Shoes, which explains the entire process that accompanies a serious child accident. This book goes through Attorney Boyk’s personal experience as a personal injury client when his son was seriously injured in 2010.

The book includes 16 lessons that Attorney Boyk learned while going through the process, and the Charles E. Boyk Law Offices have been releasing these lessons through their blog. Every Tuesday readers will find a blog post highlighting a new lesson from the book. Lesson #13 was released today and explains how, throughout the legal process, it is likely that your attorney will tell you something that you do not want to hear. The important thing is to realize that your attorney will be looking at the case objectively while you will be looking at everything emotionally.

In this lesson, Attorney Boyk explains how important it is to trust your attorney so you are able to let them do their job.

Visit the law office’s blog throughout the next few weeks to read the remaining three lessons. You can also order a free copy of the book, I’ve Stood In Your Shoes, on the law office’s website.


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